Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer says Labour must keep open the option of a second EU referendum, adding it is 'inevitable' the Government will have to apply for an extension to the Article 50..
European shares rose on Friday, hitting their highest level since early December as renewed hopes for trade negotiations between the United States and China lifted markets from Wall Street to Beijing...
Will there be a second Brexit referendum? Why do people hate Theresa May's deal so much? Decisions made in a febrile Westminster in the weeks ahead will have profound consequences for decades to come Wales Online - Published
The German Chancellor says European leaders have a responsibility to shape a divorce deal that will withstand the judgement of history. Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age •Brisbane Times
May suffered a heavy defeat in parliament on Tuesday when Conservative lawmakers and members of other parties rejected her Brexit plan by an overwhelming majority. Zee News - Published Also reported by •Reuters India
DAN HODGES spoke to two Conservative MPs last week about the defeat of Theresa May's Brexit deal in the House of Commons, with one saying that we are 'on the brink of civil unrest'. MailOnline - Published
BLACK DOG: Dominc Grieve’s plotting against Brexit clearly runs in the blood. His father Percy, also a Tory MP, worked as a liaison officer with General de Gaulle during the Second World War. MailOnline - Published
Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg was compared to ‘something out of The Great Gatsby’ as the party host was missing for most of the evening he hosted from his £5.6 million Westminster townhouse MailOnline - Published
The ongoing third quarter earning results, budget expectations, developments in the US-China trade relations and the Brexit issue will chart the course of the markets in the weeks to come. Sify - Published
One rebel group is led by Tory former minister Nick Boles and the senior Labour MP Yvette Cooper who are attempting to block a no-deal Brexit. While the other group is led by Dominic Grieve. MailOnline - Published
So many of us have lost faith in public institutions and in our squabbling politicians. We have reasons to complain, but it was ever thus, and we should count ourselves very lucky when we consider the.. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
A country’s entire paralysed ruling class are staring like rabbits at the oncoming headlights of a March 29 ‘'no deal’' separation, and its forecast economic roadkill. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age